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Clayton Bernard Foreman Charged in 1995 TX Murder of Mary Catherine Edwards
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    Clayton Bernard Foreman Charged in 1995 TX Murder of Mary Catherine Edwards



    DNA links Ohio man to 1995 murder of bridesmaid in his wedding

    By Mark Lungariello
    New York Post

    Police arrested an Ohio man for the 1995 sexual assault and murder of a teacher they said was a bridesmaid in his wedding.

    Clayton Bernard Foreman, 61, was linked to the Texas cold case of school teacher Mary Catherine Edwards through DNA and a genealogy website that had investigators eyeing the accused killers family tree.

    We could track it to a family, but we couldnt track it to an individual, District Attorney Bob Wortham told 12NewsNow.

    Police were able to extract DNA from trash that Foreman left at the curb outside his home in Ohio and took him into custody last week, according to reports. His DNA was a match to DNA from semen found in Edwards home after her murder.

    Edwards was found dead in the bathroom of her Beaumont, Texas home on Jan. 14, 1995, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety website. She had been drowned with her hands cuffed behind her back and her head in water in the bathtub, KJAS.com reported.

    Authorities focused their attention on Foreman and found he had a previous conviction for raping a classmate in the 1980s. In that case, the victim reportedly also had her hands bound behind her back.

    Edwards, who was 31 when she was killed, had been a high school classmate of Foremans and a bridesmaid in his 1982 wedding, the report said. He and his wife divorced two years before Edwards murder and his ex was said to have attended Edwards funeral.

    She lived alone in her townhouse, according to KJAS, and when she didnt answer calls her father went to the house and found her dead.

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    Jefferson Co. DA weighing death penalty in capital murder case

    Meagan Ellsworth, Staff Writer

    An Ohio man accused of slaying a Beaumont teacher in a 1995 cold case has been indicted for capital murder.

    The Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office, Beaumont Police Department, Texas Rangers, genealogists and others gathered Wednesday afternoon for a news conference regarding the case shortly following announcement of a grand jury’s decision to indict Clayton Bernard Foreman, 61, for a crime committed more than two decades ago.

    “This is a great day for Southeast Texas law enforcement and a great day for the family,” Beaumont Police Chief Jimmy Singletary said at the department’s training center. “We are not going to give up (on a case no matter how old it is). We don’t care what victim it is. We are going to keep working on a regular basis.”

    Using technological advances and following an intensive investigation by local, state and federal agencies, Foreman has been connected to the crime scene where the late Mary Catherine Edwards was found dead.

    Edwards, a high school classmate and acquaintance of Foreman, was a well-loved teacher who lived alone in a Beaumont townhouse. According to Enterprise coverage at the time, the 31-year-old was last seen on the evening of Jan. 13, 1995. The next day, when she didn’t respond to phone calls, her parents went to her house on Park Meadow Street to check on her, The Enterprise previously reported.

    “When they arrived, they found Edwards drowned in her bathroom,” a Department of Public Safety Release previously said. “She had been sexually assaulted and killed.”

    Ultimately, officials used DNA evidence from the scene to create a family tree and traced the crime back to Foreman, who was living in Ohio at the time of his arrest. He has since been transferred to Jefferson County to face trial.

    Jefferson County District Attorney Bob Wortham noted that the contributions made by the original investigators — chiefly preserving the DNA evidence at the scene — was key to this discovery.

    “Without that DNA evidence put in the freezer, we wouldn’t be where we are today because it wouldn’t have been valid,” he said. “I can’t tell you how much I appreciate everything the Beaumont Police Department has done. They have jumped through hoops — forever.”

    Wortham said the day he was sworn in as district attorney, in January 2015, he met and spoke with Singletary and asked him to put his best agents on the Edwards case.

    “I really want to make that case,” Wortham recalled telling Singletary. “And here we are today, we have indicted it, and we are ready to roll.”

    The case will be led by First Assistant District Attorney Pat Knauth.

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    Beaumont capital murder cold case set for review

    Meagan Ellsworth, Staff writer

    The trial of a man accused of killing a Beaumont school teacher in 1995 is still pending as his defense lawyer begins to review the "very long case."

    Clayton Bernard Foreman, 61, was indicted on a capital murder charge in June 2021 in connection with the killing of Mary Catherine Edwards. He was living in Ohio at the time of his arrest and has since been transferred to Jefferson County to face trial.

    He is being represented by defense lawyer Thomas Burbank, who earlier this week was granted by a reset for review in 60 days Jefferson County's Criminal District Court Juddge John Stevens Jr.

    "We are in the process of going through discovery, I am just at the beginning of DNA, and I have to get with the prosecutor. So, we ask for a reset," Burbank said. "I know that Mr. Foreman is anxious, but there is I don't know how many years of investigative reports and things that we have to go through."

    Using technological advances and following an intensive investigation by local, state and federal agencies, Foreman was connected to the crime scene where Edwards was found dead.

    She was a high school classmate and acquaintance of Foreman, as well as a well-loved teacher who lived alone in a Beaumont townhouse. The 31-year-old was last seen on the evening of Jan. 13, 1995. The next day, when she didn’t respond to phone calls, her parents went to her house on Park Meadow Street to check on her.

    “When they arrived, they found Edwards drowned in her bathroom,” a Department of Public Safety Release previously said. “She had been sexually assaulted and killed.”

    Ultimately, officials used DNA evidence from the scene to create a family tree and traced the crime back to Foreman. The Jefferson County District Attorney's Office said at the time of the indictment that it was weighing the death penalty in this case, which is atypical for the office.

    In a previous quadruple homicide case for Lively James Stratton, Jr. who in April was convicted of capital murder, the Office did not seek the death penalty.

    Stratton Jr. was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. After the verdict was reached, Jefferson County District Attorney Bob Wortham spoke to The Enterprise about the decision not to pursue the death penalty in Stratton's case.

    “We think a life sentence without the opportunity of parole is a much more severe punishment," Wortham said. "That man has to live and think about every single event that has occurred in his life. That is going to be on his mind until the day he dies. That is a much greater punishment than to be just put to sleep and never having a traumatic moment about it.”

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